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#FanPowerSession: Latino Fans in the US

21 November 2016

Donald Trump got elected in the US, the MLS corporate soccer is taking over. Jürgen Klinsmann just got sacked from the the manager job of the US National Team.  What is happening? It is clear that US Soccer is going through a rollercoaster in this 2016. The current results on the pitch along with the local (and sometimes…

#FanPowerSession: Sandlanders Football

18 September 2016

We’ve chatted with Paul Jones, co-founder of Sandlanders Football, and Michael Akande, Sanlanders’ Director and member of the Stationery Stores Supporters’ Trust (Nigeria) on African football and fan ownership. Sandlanders Football is a UK based organisation that works with African football clubs, supporters’ groups and associations to develop better governance and sustainable sports clubs and…

Pro Rel Week: Fan Power at its Best

23 May 2016

FanVox was a proud supporter of Pro Rel Week, a joint fan power campaign led by different supporter groups in North America with the aim of raising awareness on the establishment of promotion and relegation in their football pyramid Football is the most popular sport in the world. It unifies, it can be played in any…

#FanPowerSession: Serie B

13 May 2016

Federico Smanio, Former Footballer and Head of Digital Transformation and Fan Relationship Management from Serie B in Italy, discussed with us fan engagement and supporter liaison in a new digital era.

Pro/Rel for USA: #FanPower across the pond!

14 March 2016

Guest Post by Pro/Rel Supporters Association The US “Soccer” pyramid system does not contemplate promotion or relegation for any division. What does this mean in the era of globalized and “modern” football? This guest blog by Promotion/Relegation Supporters Association explains it. These are awkward times for many European fans all across the world. For what seems like the…

#OystonOut: Fans United Raised Their Voice!

11 May 2015

FanVox experienced one of the largest demonstrations against the mismanagement of football clubs. Date and location were already set: May 2nd at Blackpool, where #JudgementDay was held. If you weren’t in Blackpool, waking up was an extremely early duty. But it did not matter, the reason behind it was extremely relevant: the#JudgementDay against the Oyston…